Many of the COGO routines create COGO points based on existing survey points. The Right-Of-Way Offset is an example. It creates offset points at some distance from the original point and automatically labels them.
These dialogs usually provide a Point or Label field, giving the user the option to specify how the created COGO points will be labeled.
Here are the general rules for COGO point labels
If a COGO routine deviates from these general rules, it will tell you so in the dialog help.
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Creating Stations at Intervals
Computing a Predetermined Area
Computing New Coordinates for a Point
Creating a Point at a Distance and Offset
Creating Points at Intersections
Creating Multiple Points on a Line or Grade
Computing Offset Intervals for Posting Line
Creating Offsets to a Straight Line
Inversing Between any Two Points
Creating R-O-W Offsets
Creating Corner Offsets
Creating Offsets to an Alignment
Entering Horizontal Curves
Horizontal Curve Fitting
Plotting COGO Points